Liz Collins at the Queer History of Fashion Symposium

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Liz Collins at the Queer History of Fashion Symposium


Liz Collins, New York designer and artist, presents "Art Dykes and Hag Fags: An Insider's View of Queer Style Icons" at The Museum at FIT's 13th fashion symposium, A Queer History of Fashion, held November 8-9, 2013. This is an edited version of the full talk, which will be available for check out at the Gladys Marcus Library of FIT. Liz Collins is recognized internationally for her use of machine knitting to create groundbreaking clothing, textiles, performances, and installations.


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